The Ecclectic I-Pod

My I-Pod is an important part of my work. Oh sure, it’s fun, and I have a lot of music on there that I just like to listen to. But there are also songs related to school teaching, to church stuff, to community theater stuff, and whatever else.

It’s like my I-Pod is this large apartment building, with neighbors that have virtually nothing in common other than the fact that they reside in the same place – in this case, my red I-Pod nano.

Here is a partial list of the odd neighborhood:

Put a Little Love in Your Heart – Al Green & Annie Lennox

Sponge Bob Squarepants Theme – Avril Lavigne

Sponge Bob Squarepants Theme – Regular TV guy

Various Kids’ Songs Beginning with “I Can” (I Can Jump, I Can Hop, I Can Crawl, I Can Ask Mr. Miller 46 Times to Go to the Bathroon, etc)

Bubbly – Colbie Caillat (not very manly, but she’s darn cute)

It’s Not Over – Daughtry

I Can’t Sneeze – Music K-8, Volume 16, #4

September – Earth, Wind & Fire

Running on Faith – Eric Clapton

All of Fleetwood Mac “Rumors”

Theme from Scooby Doo

Jackson Browne, Solo Acoustic, Volume 1

James Morrison, Undiscovered, All

Excerpts from Lifehouse, including “Lifehouse,” “No Name Face,” and “Who We Are”

Excerpts from Matt Kearney, “Nothing Left to Lose”

The Mandatory Worship Leader Music (but still incredibly great writers and musicians – David Crowder, Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman)

The Very Best of Sting & The Police

Sounds of Wood & Steel

U2 – The Joshua Tree

U2 – How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb

Excerpts from BOTH Michael McDonald Motown CD’s

High School Music, not just the movie stuff, but the actual THEATRICAL recording, baby (only because I have to)

Build Me Up, Buttercup

Got to Get You Into My Life (not the Beatles, but Paul McCartney live a few years ago)

Let’s Face the Music & Dance – Nat King Cole (who, by the way, was a merry old soul)


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